PRINTS | All Saint’s Church, from Turl Street, converted into the library of Lincoln College

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“….the square tower acts as secure platform for their ornate spire that sits above it. The height of All Saints is perfectly judged, forming a fine decisive landmark on the north side of the High Street, while remaining respectfully subservient to the spire of St Mary’s. The circular ‘temple’ that sits above the tower of All Saints is a delightful contrast to the solid mass of the square tower below it with its effective projecting cornice.”

Chapter 6, page 138

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